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National Architecture Week 2016

AIA National Architecture Week is April 10 – 16. National Architecture Week is celebrated the week of Thomas Jefferson’s birthday, which is April 13th.  While not educated as an architect, Jefferson is the only U.S. president to be recognized for his architectural affinity.  National Architecture Week is a public awareness campaign dedicated to increasing attention 

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I Look Up Architect Feature Series: Miguel Del Rio

The Look Up Film Challenge has brought to life stories of architecture and impact from a wide array of perspectives. We would like to shed light on even more of these inspiring individuals making a positive impact on our cities, lives and communities. To highlight these architects and their unique visions, we have interviewed our 

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I Look Up Architect Feature Series: Karen Williams

The Look Up Film Challenge has brought to life stories of architecture and impact from a wide array of perspectives. We would like to shed light on even more of these inspiring individuals making a positive impact on our cities, lives and communities. To highlight these architects and their unique visions, we have interviewed our 

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I Look Up Architect Feature Series: Joan Saba

The Look Up Film Challenge has brought to life stories of architecture and impact from a wide array of perspectives. We would like to shed light on even more of these inspiring individuals making a positive impact on our cities, lives and communities. To highlight these architects and their unique visions, we have interviewed our 

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I Look Up Architect Feature Series: Ian Harris

The Look Up Film Challenge has brought to life stories of architecture and impact from a wide array of perspectives. We would like to shed light on even more of these inspiring individuals making a positive impact on our cities, lives and communities. To highlight these architects and their unique visions, we have interviewed our 

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Announcing the People’s Choice Award Winner

You watched the films, picked your favorite, and cast your vote for the People’s Choice Award. Now, we are proud to introduce the winner of the People’s Choice Award for the 2015 Look Up Film Challenge: “Mixed Plate Hawaii” and trio team Kaoru Lovett, Graham Hart, and Ronald Ribao! Their film beautifully captures the dramatic 

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